When I saw this room above by Thomas Jayne I was of course first drawn to the stunning Gracie Chinoiserie wallpaper. What I would love to copy though is this Parsons table in pale blue edged in gold. I love the combination of the clean lines of Parsons with Chinoiserie. Couldn't this be done using a West Elm Parsons table or an Ikea Lack table with a tiny brush and gold paint or even a gold pen? I am crazy about the Krylon Gold Leafing pen. I use it on anything that doesn't move.
I found the rest of this beautifully decorated apartment on his website.
|The living room mural is hand painted on canvas|
|A beautiful pair of Chinoiserie cabinets topped by a pair of foo dogs with a Venetian mantel and chairs|
|Mirrored panels between the arched windows and ice blue taffeta curtains|
|A Chinese garden stool and turquoise Chinese vase next to the sofa|
|A striped tented dining room|
|An eglomise Chinoiserie panel by James Mont above the sideboard|
|Gorgeous bullion fringe on the library sofa|
|Make a mounted flat screen TV part of a gallery wall|
|Gracie Chinoiserie wallpaper takes center stage in the master bedroom|
|A blue Parsons table edged in gold with a pop of color from a yellow Chinese vase|